Creator

John Winslow

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Contributing Institution

Maine State Archives

Document Type

StillImage

Identifier

29424

Description

Page 20 of the Kennebec County planbook. Diagram of Fort Halifax at mouth of Kennebec and Sebasticook Rivers. At the time of the diagram, it was British colonial outpost in Winslow, Maine. It was built as a wooden palisade fort in 1754, during the French and Indian War.

Copied from Massachusetts Archives Maps and Plans #708. Notation on map "from Archives Vol 74 Page 471, Fort Halifax 1754."

Exact Creation Date

10-4-1754

Language

English

Location

Kennebec County; Winslow

Keywords

Cartography; Maps; Maine Land Office; Planbooks; Surveys

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